Creator / Cristina Valenzuela
Cristina Valenzuela (born July 11th, 1987), better known as Cristina Vee, is an American voice actress.

She caught the attention of dubbing studio Bang Zoom! Entertainment from a voice acting panel at Anime Expo 2004, an anime convention in Southern California. Since then, Bang Zoom! has continually invited Valenzuela to do voice work in anime, foreign films, and commercials. She has appeared at conventions throughout the United States where she sometimes sings live concerts (this apparently landed her the live action role as ASOS Brigade leader in Haruhi Suzumiya season 2). Cristina's also one of the co-hosts of Anime Olympics and season 2 of Anime TV. At one point (the video has since been made private), she dubbed a BlazBlue webcomic, voicing... who else? Noel. As you can guess, she's One of Us. She has been working as the voice director of Skullgirls.

Despite her new start, she quickly racked up popularity amongst the new age of voice actors, making her a fan favorite and most of her appearances in many projects will be met with much rejoicing. Yes, that's right, in a quick moment, she is starting to rival the popularities of accomplished ones, the likes of Johnny Yong Bosch, Michelle Ruff, Stephanie Sheh, Yuri Lowenthal, etc... (although still a long way to go until she reaches the memetic status of Crispin Freeman or Steve Blum). Since then she has been constantly improving her image professionally and shows no signs of slowing down her career.

Not to be confused with Christine V (though if FSS ever gets another animated production, the casting choice for her in the English version is fairly obvious...).

Also has Formspring, YouTube, and Twitter accounts. Mind you that since she's really busy on her voice acting work, she may not have time to reply to any submitted questions at her Formspring account. But she does reply to them, eventually.

Her Texan counterparts are Caitlynn French (for Houston), Monica Rial and Brittney Karbowski (for both Dallas and Houston), due to their similar voice range (in Monica and Brittney's cases) and casting (in Caitlynn's case). Her Japanese counterpart in terms of casting is Chiwa Saito. Her evolution of roles seems to also match with Nana Mizuki, in terms of being voice actors that tend to be cast as Magical Girls and going from sweet girls into more Broken Bird roles these days, and she certainly has that feel of 'awesome newcomer' when she got her Star-Making Role (Noel Vermillion), so yes, she's also probably the closest we can get for Nana Mizuki's English counterpart.

Now has her own 'Vocaloid', in Veecaloid Pop

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Alternative Title(s): Cristina Vee